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An Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesman remarked that Friday's numbers showed there was a "moral majority" at the council opposed to its relentless campaign of resolutions condemning Israel. The resolution was based on a report by a United Nations inquiry which said that Israeli security forces may have committed war crimes and crimes against humanity in killing 189 Palestinians and wounding more than 6,100 at weekly protests previous year.
  • Hundreds of thousands march for Brexit referendum

    Hundreds of thousands march for Brexit referendum

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    The protest drew people from across Britain who are determined to force Prime Minister Theresa May's government to alter its march toward Brexit . Like many others, Penfold added her name to the 4.7 million already on a petition on Parliament's website before setting out for London , urging United Kingdom lawmakers to revoke Article 50 - the legal process for leaving the European Union - and cancel Brexit altogether.
  • Islamic State defeated in final stronghold, US-backed Syrian forces announce

    Islamic State defeated in final stronghold, US-backed Syrian forces announce

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    But recent reports from the village, located near the group's main redoubts in the eastern Syrian city of Deir-ez-Zour, say USA -backed militia forces and American warplanes have ceased fire, with ground forces moving through the area and reportedly pulling down ISIS's infamous black banners that had waved amid the buildings and tents of the village.
  • Red alert warning for Cyclone Veronica

    Red alert warning for Cyclone Veronica

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    A red alert has been issued for residents between Pardoo and Mardie to find shelter immediately and brace for howling winds and rising tides. The cyclone's core reached land midway between Karratha and Port Hedland this morning, and its centre is forecast to cross the coast later this afternoon or evening.
  • IN teachers hit with pellets during shooter training

    IN teachers hit with pellets during shooter training

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    One of the teachers described being hit "four times". "It hurt so bad". Gail Zeheralis, director of government relations for the Indiana State Teachers Association, revealed the story during a hearing on a school safety bill Wednesday before the state senate's education committee.
  • Jimmy Carter becomes longest-living US president

    Jimmy Carter becomes longest-living US president

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    The Carter Center confirmed the information to Fox 35 , saying, "On March 21, he will be the oldest living former president ever". From left, President Donald Trump, first lady Melania Trump, former President Barack Obama, former first lady Michelle Obama, former President Bill Clinton, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and former President Jimmy Carter and former first lady Rosalynn Carter attend the state funeral for former U.S.
  • Top aide to Guaido accused of terrorist plot

    Top aide to Guaido accused of terrorist plot

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    While sanctions have hurt the government, he said, it won't be enough to force a "surrender". Rodriguez played recordings he said were from WhatsApp conversations between Marrero and Guaido in which he said they discussed using Venezuelan funds blocked by United States sanctions to finance armed groups with the support of Colombian President Ivan Duque.
  • Catholic priest stabbed in Canadian church during livestreamed Mass

    Catholic priest stabbed in Canadian church during livestreamed Mass

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    Security guards arrested the perpetrator and Grou was immediately rushed to the hospital. "We're reassured, because when he left the oratory he was conscious and could talk, which we see as a good sign", said Celine Barbeau. Saint Joseph's Oratory, built from 1920 to 1955, sits atop the north face of Mount Royal overlooking Canada's second-largest metropolis, and attracts some two million pilgrims and tourists each year.
  • Border Patrol says detention centers are full - and starts releasing migrants

    Border Patrol says detention centers are full - and starts releasing migrants

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    ICE officials told DailyMail.com that they couldn't confirm estimates or provide a number for how many would be released from the El Paso region, as it will be dependent on the number turned over by U.S. This week, the Border Patrol began doing just that, with 50 migrants released Tuesday and another 200 released on Wednesday, according to Carlos Diaz, a spokesman for the agency.